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They left me pregnant, I don’t know the father of my daughter | Tuko TV

Joyce Wambui has gone through what she calls hell just to make sure she gives her children food and a place to call home. Speaking on Tuko Talks, she narrated her story from when she got married at a young age to losing her husband to diabetes and that’s when life took a turn.
She has slept in the streets with her children and that night, she was attacked by four men who defiled her in front of her children and left her pregnant and sick. She says she doesn’t not know among the four who the father of her daughter is. She has contemplated taking taking her life and that of her children but her son always gives her hope that better days are coming.

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20 thoughts on “They left me pregnant, I don’t know the father of my daughter | Tuko TV”

  1. Hivi mtu unamvaa mwanamke vile kweli, unampiga bila sababu, hajakufanyia kitu jamani, na Afrika jamani wekeeni Watu maskini waweze kutibiwa bure jamani. Nimeumia jamani. Na serikali inaweza tafuta hawa Watu kwa kutumia DNA ya mtoto, wakapata hao wanakaji. Afrika jamani kwa nini tunakuwa hivi jamani 😢

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